Bethesda announces new Indiana Jones game from Wolfenstein developer

An Indiana Jones video game, made by Machinegames and executive produced by Todd Howard, remains in advancement, according to a surprise teaser Bethesda Softworks tweeted Tuesday early morning.

The teaser is light on information — such as a launch date or window, or platforms — however there’s no mistaking this is an Indiana Jones video game. This year, Lucasfilm will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark’s best.

A follow-up tweet from Bethesda stated Todd Howard, innovative director of Bethesda Video game Studios, would work as executive manufacturer for the untitled video game. It will include an initial story, and isn’t an adjustment of an earlier one.

In spite of the movie series’ appeal, Indiana Jones computer game have actually been difficult to come by, beyond their Lego adjustments by Tourist’s Tales. The most current was 2009’s Indiana Jones and the Personnel of Kings, for the Wii and PlayStation 2, with variations for the Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable.

The video game had actually been prepared for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and advancement was stated to be at a relatively innovative phase in 2008, when Lucasarts suddenly canceled the job for those platforms.

On Monday, Lucasfilm revealed that the Lucasfilm Games label would now accompany all computer game adjustments of Lucasfilm homes, moving forward. This would appear to be the very first video game heading out with that branding.

MachineGames, owned by Bethesda Softworks, has actually made 4 adjustments of id Software application’s Wolfenstein series, starting with 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order. Microsoft purchased Bethesda moms and dad ZeniMax Media in September.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.